Photograph of Hugo Wolf
Lotte Lehmann in Beethoven's Fidelio
Star on Musik Meile Vienna
On the cover of Time magazine February 18, 1935
Hugo Wolf (1885)
Wolf in 1902

The two women named their Santa Barbara house "Orplid" after the dream island described in Hugo Wolf's art song "Gesang Weylas".

- Lotte Lehmann

Significant early Wolf recording artists included Elisabeth Schumann, Heinrich Rehkemper, Heinrich Schlusnus, Josef von Manowarda, Lotte Lehmann, Karl Erb and others.

- Hugo Wolf
Photograph of Hugo Wolf

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The St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery Church in the middle of the Vienna Central Cemetery

Vienna Central Cemetery

One of the largest cemeteries in the world by number of interred, and is the most well-known cemetery among Vienna's nearly 50 cemeteries.

One of the largest cemeteries in the world by number of interred, and is the most well-known cemetery among Vienna's nearly 50 cemeteries.

The St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery Church in the middle of the Vienna Central Cemetery
Buddhist burial ground
Muslim section
Protestant section with funerary chapel
Russian Orthodox chapel
Anatomy Memorial
Military section
Mausoleum of the architect Max Fleischer (1841–1905) in the old Jewish section
Mortuary building
Ludwig van Beethoven's grave.
Ludwig Boltzmann's grave.
Johannes Brahms's grave.
Arnold Schoenberg's grave.
Franz Schubert's grave.
Johann Strauss' I grave.
Franz Werfel's grave.
Hedy Lamarr's grave.

Lotte Lehmann (1888–1976), opera singer

Hugo Wolf (1860–1903), composer